All buildings on campus provide barrier-free access to individuals with disabilities.
The Student Services Center (SSC), completed in 2013, houses the following offices: Advising Services, Admissions and Records, New Student Relations, Financial Aid, and the Vice President for Student Affairs.
The Administration Center (AC) houses the Business, Budget and Cashier’s offices, College Development offices, and the offices of the President, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Business Affairs, and Institutional Research. A formal meeting room in this building, Board Room 135, is primarily used for meetings of the Community College Board and Board of Regents.
The College Services Center (CSC) houses the Bookstore (including shipping and receiving areas), the Adult Education program, and Student Outreach Offices.
The two-story Instructional Center (IC) features modern classrooms, Arts & Sciences unit offices, the Portales Information Center, and Testing Services. The building also houses the Student Success Center (and Cougar Café), which offers free tutoring in writing, science, and math across all departments.
The Instructional Technology Center (ITC) features a 35-station open student computer lab, several ‘smart’ classrooms, computer classrooms, science classrooms/labs, and instructional television classrooms for ENMU-Roswell.
The Arts and Science Center (ASC) houses the Fine Arts programs, as well as the Human Resources and Payroll offices, the GEAR UP program, and the Special Services Department and the Disability Services Office.
The Health Science Center (HSC) is a state-of-the-art allied health training facility for the programs under the Health Education unit. Programs include Occupational Therapy Assistant, Emergency Medical Services, Pharmacy Technician, Respiratory Therapy, Nursing, Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, Medical Coding, and Nursing Assisting. Student Health Services, operated by La Casa Family Health Center, is also housed in the HSC. This building was renovated includes smart classrooms, computer and medical labs, storage for medical equipment, and Emergency Medical Services trailers. The Regional Medical Simulation Center is also located in this building.
The Lawrence C. Harris Occupational Technology Center (OTC) is a 46,000 square-foot building housing Technical Education, classrooms, a large seminar room and the Career Center. The offices of the assistant vice presidents for instruction (Arts & Sciences, Health Education, and Technical Education) are located in Suite 101. The Small Business Development Center and the Center for Workforce and Community Development are also housed in this building.
The Aviation Maintenance Technology Center (AMT) houses classrooms, training labs, and a hangar with a number of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. Students receive hands-on training using the latest in aviation technology. A Boeing 727-100 freighter donated by FedEx Express is also close to the facility to give students experience with transport category aircraft.
The Automotive and Welding Technology Center (ATC) houses the Welding and Automotive Technology programs.
The 30,200 square-foot Learning Resource Center (LRC) includes library services, the Media Center, Student Support Services, classrooms, and offices for Computer Services. The library has an extensive collection of more than 40,000 books, newspapers, magazines, and state documents. Staff members are available to help students, staff and community members find the information and resources they need for course assignments or for leisure reading. In addition, the library’s computerized WorldCat card catalog can be used to locate information, both in the LRC and in other WorldCat member-library collections. Besides offering full Internet access, the LRC has several online databases covering a broad range of topics. These include Credo Reference, FirstSearch, and EBSCOHost. Students, faculty and staff have online access to periodical databases from the Golden Library at ENMU in Portales. They can also access additional databases like Newsbank and Gale Group Infrotrac through El Portal, a service offered by the State Library in Santa Fe.
Through its membership in the OCLC computerized network, students, faculty, staff and community members have interlibrary loan access to the collections of 117,000 libraries in 118 countries and territories worldwide. Library cards are available to non-student Chaves County residents between the ages of 18 and 55 for a $10 refundable deposit. For high school students and senior citizens, no deposit is required. A collection of DVDs and videotapes are available for in-house use in the LRC’s Media Center, which also designs and produces original instructional materials. Students taking web-based courses can access the library’s online catalog through the university’s web site www.roswell.enmu.edu. Questions and requests for information may be directed via email to the LRC Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Early College High School (ECHS) administrative office and some classrooms are located in the LRC building. ECHS is an accelerated high school experience that provides high school age students the opportunity to challenge themselves academically by completing their high school core curriculum within two years and fulfilling high school elective requirements through the completion of college-level instruction. Students have the opportunity to complete a variety of certificates and associate degrees at ENMU-Roswell, while fulfilling their high school graduation requirements.
The Cafeteria (operated by Great Western Dining, Inc.) can be found in the Campus Union Building (CUB), which was remodeled in 2008. The CUB also houses various meeting facilities including the Multipurpose Room (a 60-seat banquet and meeting room), and three additional conference rooms—the CUB Conference Room, the Alcove Room, and CUB 102 (aka, the Fireplace Room).
The modern Physical Education Center (PEC) features a two-court gymnasium, four racquetball courts, a complete weight room, an aerobic dance studio, and a cardio room. The PEC is free to students/staff and open to the public for a fee. A 30-day pass is also available. A large outdoor swimming pool, adjacent to the Campus Union Building, is open to faculty, staff, students and the public during the summer months. The swimming pool is available for private parties. For fees, open dates, and pool party reservations, contact the Campus Facility Coordinator at (575) 624-7250.
The Child Development Center (CDC) is operated by Working Mother’s Day Nursery. It houses the Child Development program, which provides training, such as teaching, care-giving, nursing, and occupational therapy assisting, for students pursuing careers involving young children (birth through age 8). The Center provides services to a limited number of young children in its role as a laboratory for students and a model for the community.
The Performing Arts Center (PAC) is a versatile performing space with a classical proscenium arch and a contemporary thrust stage. The PAC seats over 400 patrons and is utilized by faculty, students, and the community. The space is outfitted for performances, lectures, and meetings allowing for intimate and large scale attendance.
The Campus Security Building is located between the Instructional Center and the Instructional Technology Center.